Virginia opened their season with a blue vs. orange intrasquad, and their swimmers are already putting up times that would have been competitive at NCAAs.
Kate Douglass’ 52.73 in the 100-yard IM from Saturday was the second-fastest in the history in the event, just trailing her 52.48 from 2020.
Quaglieri plans on swimming for the Seminoles in the 2022-23 season, and entered the portal to explore her options for her fifth year.
The University of Virginia has released the entry lists for their annual Blue vs. Orange intrasquad meet, which is set to take place this Saturday at 9:00 AM.
Homans told SwimSwam that he was planning to swim at USC for the 2022-23 season, graduate in spring 2023, and then explore his options for grad school.
With NCAA Champion Sophie Hansson gone, Andrea Podmaníková will get her chance in the spotlight as a 5th year for the NC State Wolfpack this season.
Olympic Champion and world record holder Sarah Sjostrom says she has plans to compete at the 2028 Olympic Games, which are set to occur in six years’ time.
Liendo swam his first-ever yards competition today, where he went a 19.69 50 free, 48.06 100 fly, 20.70 50 fly relay split, and 44.38 100 free relay split.
Sancov, a 2021 NCAA ‘A’ finalist in the 200 free, spent his last four seasons with USC and graduated from the school in May 2022.
The Cavaliers are the massive favorites to three-peat as NCAA champions in 2023, bringing back the majority of their top scorers from last season.
In his first competition since the 2022 World Championships, Fink raced as an exhibition swimmer in five different individual events.
In her first-ever meet as an LSU tiger, MacNeil split 22.29 in the 50 fly, which ties for the eighth-fastest split of all time in the event.
On Tuesday, USA Swimming announced the nominations for the 2022 Golden Goggle awards, which will be held on November 21 in New York City.
In this article, we scored out the results from the Quadrathlons held by Indiana and Virginia, and compare them to those of the Texas men.
Casas hit a 20.5 50 fly, 20.7 50 back, 24.7 50 breast, and 19.3 50 free to score 5166 points, making him the school’s first swimmer to get over 5000.